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Old 10-03-2011, 09:19 PM
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Why dont cats use a front tunnel tab? Wouldnt it give lift or down pressure? No ballest tank,no tabs and posably more speed? I must be missing something.
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Old 10-03-2011, 09:37 PM
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Mystic does i think. I believe its a static set piece though. Can be adjusted and locked, not adjusted on the fly so to speak.

Also Coplands Phenom had a wing thing up there but also had no deck directly behind it. I believe that one cound be adjusted on the fly.

I think properly set up cats would not need it though. Throttle guys got enough to do without yet another thingy to mess with
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Didn't Dave Scott and the Nauti Marine crew experiment with something similar to this on one of their boats not too long ago?

I believe they had more of a canard (sp) so to speak, but the same basic principal.

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